Rehearsals continue today for the end of London 2012, with organisers behind the closing ceremony promising that the close of the Olympics will be the 'best party ever'.
Finishing touches are being put on the show, which will feature performances from Take That, The Spice Girls, Annie Lennox and many more huge names from British music. The event closes two weeks of sport after a hugely successful Olympic Games.
"We want it to be the best after-show party there has ever been," says Artistic Director Kim Gavin, who refused to give further details of the event. "Any more than that and we would spoil the surprise," he added, before saying: "We are still rehearsing and waiting for the final line-up."
"It is about British creativity in the arts. There is a hell of a lot of talent and music and a hell of a lot of show in the show."
Photos from rehearsals for the show emerged yesterday (10 August, 2012) which showed The Spice Girls performing on top of black taxis in the stadium. Earlier this week it was rumoured that Kate Bush would make an appearance at the show, but her performance has yet to be confirmed.
Take That are on the line up for Sunday night's show, and Gary Barlow is said to be determined to perform, despite the loss this week of fourth daughter Poppy, who was stillborn.
Below: photos from the Olympic Opening Ceremony